May 16, 2018 - 6:30 pm at The BARN
Osnat Lustig, ACC
ICF CCEU Core Competencies:
Active Listening / Powerful Questioning / Creating Awareness / Designing Actions
Hosted by ICF Washington State
Description of Course
If your clients are trying to solve issues that keep reappearing - they are most likely dealing with polarities that can never go away by using traditional problem solving approaches.
Some complex issues are not problems to be solved in-the-moment. They are paradoxes or polarities to be managed over-time. Polarities may appear as stand-alone opposites, yet neither can fully function without the other.
Help your clients see and leverage their unique polarities. Only then they may finally put an end to the stress that comes from defending false choices between two inter-dependent values.
What you will learn:
At the end of this interactive session you will walk away with several practical tools:
- How to recognize polarities
- Discern between polarities and problems
- Learn how to map and leverage polarities
- Increase your capability to see the full dynamic picture from a polarity thinking perspective
Osnat Lustig, ACC, helps her clients learn to shift constraints into creative possibilities and actions. Her unique hybrid coaching approach blends drawing on unconventional resources to untangle complex issues, with navigating change through the lens of humanity.
She has first-hand experience in leveraging her own life polarities: Work & Home, Stability & Change, Action & Reflection, and Planning for My Future & Being in My Future Now. She used this practice in facilitating her transition from a 30-year career as a leader in a multicultural and international corporate environment, to becoming a keen enabler supporting individuals who want to take charge of their own transitions.
Osnat completed her professional coaching training with InviteChange and is ICF-ACC. She is certified in PACT™ Polarity Approach to Continuity &Transformation, MBTI® Steps I&II, trained in Immunity To Change®, Organizational Dynamics (Antioch U), MS in Engineering (RIT), and BA in Design (Bezalel). Before moving to Seattle in 2014, she lived and worked for many years in New York City & Paris.
Contact Osnat at firstname.lastname@example.org